Workshop: Teaching Quantitative Reasoning with Data
We have an exciting summer workshop that you won't want to miss!
The Teaching Quantitative Reasoning with Data Workshop will be held at Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota from June 11–13. This workshop covers the wealth of opportunities that exist for engaging students in STEM and improving quantitative reasoning skills through open-ended exploration and interpretation of real-world data.
workshop program on the Project EDDIE website.
This workshop also provides special opportunities to:
- Build a community of individuals who are interested in improving the teaching of quantitative reasoning through open-ended exploration and interpretation of real-world data
- Outline a community vision synthesis regarding best practices and strategies
- Learn about Project EDDIE and the teaching modules that are part of the Environmental Data or Macrosystems initiatives
- Inform the design, development and implementation of future Project EDDIE curricular modules and professional development opportunities
Costs There is no registration cost for attending this workshop, and Project EDDIE will cover the cost of dual-occupancy hotel accommodations and meals during the workshop. A travel reimbursement of up to $330 per person is available to help offset participant travel to Carleton College in Northfield, MN. A shuttle to and from Minneapolis-Saint Paul Airport (MSP) will be arranged for participants who are arriving by air.
We look forward to seeing you this June in Northfield!
Cailin Huyck Orr, Associate Director, Science Education Resource Center